Who will transform the global economy?
- Intel is helping girls and women fulfill their individual potential, to inspire positive change in their families, their communities, and the world.
She Will is a focused campaign created by Intel to empower girls and women around the world by fostering equal economic and educational opportunities. Our programs encourage millions of girls and women to participate, prosper, and lead in the global economy.
Here's how we do it:
The power of learning
Teachers making a difference
Over the past 12 years, Intel has trained more than 10 million teachers, including an estimated 5 million female teachers, in 70 countries. The program helps teachers become more effective educators by training them in ways to integrate technology into their lessons as a means of helping their students to develop the problem-solving, critical-thinking, and collaboration skills needed to succeed in the global economy.
Building blocks for economic empowerment
Training in digital literacy, entrepreneurship, and business skills that elevate women professionally and break through barriers to personal economic growth.
Collaborating with partners
10x10: Creating tangible change for girls. Intel is proud to be the Strategic Action Partner with 10x10: Educate Girls, Change the World. Working together, we will expand the awareness and impact of educational programs and put our passion, technology, and relationships toward making a real difference for girls and women around the world.
What is Act Now?
Intel recognizes that a focus on girls’ and women’s empowerment is a global priority with far-reaching benefits, and is committed to providing education and economic empowerment to girls and women around the world. Consequently, Intel is the founding corporate sponsor of 10x10: Educate Girls, Change the World, which is a film and social action campaign. The aim is to show that through education and economic empowerment, girls and women will have greater opportunity to reach their individual potential and contribute to the growth of the global economy. To build awareness of these issues, Intel is hosting events on select college campuses.
Pilot "Act Now" campus event:
San Jose State University
Student Union, Ron Barrett Ballroom
December 6, 2011
Register for the pilot Act Now Event >